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REUNION

The beauty of the flowers seemed to have become almost garish now-the garden desolate, like a grate when the fire has gone out and left the cold grey ashes! It found a corresponding sympathy in her heart and she felt sad. How was she ever going to get those boys away?
Greatly daring, she opened the door near the fireplace and found it led into a spacious hall. There was no one about, and she slipped through into it. The garden lay to her right, through two huge doors which stood open. Could she but get outside these, she might make her way round in the direction of the boys' apartments. The place seemed deserted. Evidently there were very few servants, if any, other than the man and the woman she had seen. Quickly now, she slipped out into the garden. The light had already begun to fade. Risking everything, she made her way towards that clump of delphiniums, keeping close to the house along the flower beds, and creeping under the level of the windows. Then she saw what had been hidden from her sight. It was a sturdy door, let into a wing of the house which went across the main building. It was a very large house, but Veronica, who was used to big places, never gave it a thought. Her main object was to gain that doorway and get inside. Her journey, so far, had been fairly easy. Once through the hall doorway she had the house on one side for cover, and a high border of flowers on the other. It was most fortunate that she had this protection to hide her ; for at this moment the foreigner came out of the big door and pulled it shut behind him. Here was the golden opportunity ! There was evidently no way through the main building to this wing where the boys were. The man passed her without suspecting her presence,

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